Sunday, February 6, 2011

Wanna worship?

Christ Lutheran Church on Difley Road offers several styles of worship. Anuak worship is meant for people from Sudan and Ethiopia. Which worship style do you prefer?

18 comments:

  1. I agree with WDP, I too am missing something. I am quite fond of evensong in the CofE tradition, I guess that dates from my time in the choir.

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  2. Why are there so many different religions and only one God?

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  3. The answer to the question is: none.

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  4. Ditto all of the previous posts. Very reflective of the times. Looks like a google search result. Want this? click here? Want that? attend then!

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  5. I'd love to see the Anuak service. I imagine it is lively.
    But in general (IF I was Christian) I would stick with the liturgical and traditional service.

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  6. I'll just go on a hike and hang out with Mother Nature.

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  7. Das ist doch die Kirche wo Du mit Deiner Familie Sonntags immer hin gehst...stimmts?
    Herzliche Grüsse von uns 2

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  8. I hope y'all prayed for the Packers today!!

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  9. Blended. Sounds very cocktail-ish.

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  10. Looks like a Starbucks order - lo-fat, soymilk, organic, no foam...

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  11. I prefer skeptical or agnostic services... ;)

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  12. We would say "il y en a pour tous les goûts" :-)

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  13. How very impressive to see Church being able to 'be open' for all.

    Please have you all a good start of the new week. And thank you for your kind words indeed !

    daily athens

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  14. They are trying too hard. I would prefer one approach. But, it isn't my decision, is it?

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  15. Gosh, don`t think we have so many choices.
    I guess it would be nice to go to something different / new,
    if I should go to a church service.

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  16. Such choice! We don't get so many options here in Italy!

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